## Introduction to mechanics of deformable solids |

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The state of stress (stress tensor) is everywhere the same. However, the

plane of cut (Figs. 1.1, 1.4). A rectangular prism of arbitrary size and position, with

its axis ...

The state of stress (stress tensor) is everywhere the same. However, the

**components of stress**or force per unit area will vary with the orientation of theplane of cut (Figs. 1.1, 1.4). A rectangular prism of arbitrary size and position, with

its axis ...

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Intersection with the circle at the point (<Ty,Tyx) gives the normal and shear

stress is negative, or compressive, whereas the shear stress is positive, or

clockwise ...

Intersection with the circle at the point (<Ty,Tyx) gives the normal and shear

**components of stress**acting on the plane. In this illustrative example, the normalstress is negative, or compressive, whereas the shear stress is positive, or

clockwise ...

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Shear

by parallel pairs of the three perpendicular planes. Those on the <rmax face are

labeled with a question mark. They (and the corresponding cross shears) must

be ...

Shear

**stress components**are shown on each face of the parallelepiped formedby parallel pairs of the three perpendicular planes. Those on the <rmax face are

labeled with a question mark. They (and the corresponding cross shears) must

be ...

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